Brace height Search
- Is the length of a direct line from the back of the grip to the string of a bow. Generally, the lower the brace height, the faster the bow is. It is faster because the shorter brace height means that the power stroke is longer. But, because a shorter brace height gives you a longer power stroke it can be much more difficult to shoot accurately.
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